Pouring new wine from Thailand
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Thailand's new wine industry gets the taste for success

International experts have long scoffed at the idea of growing grapes to make good wine in a tropical region, but Thailand is determined to make them think again.

According to conventional wisdom successful vineyards need a cold season, allowing vines to rest so they can produce good tasting wine.

But a small and committed wine producing industry is determined to overcome the odds in Thailand.

The BBC's Jonah Fisher got a taste of Thai wine in Khao Yai.

  • 28 Aug 2012
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